It may be possible to do same if you had that map (remember the words "process" and "map" don't appear next to each other in any of the standards) on an Excel spreadsheet, you could embed comments that include the text. In this way, the visual thinkers could still get the detail that would actually add some utility to the document. The map by itself seems like just a chore to put together for auditors.
Developers of process based management systems have been mapping processes in order to understand them and improve them since the days of Frank Gilbreth in 1921:
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Text is great for detailed instructions and checklists (specifying tasks) but deployment flowcharts can do a much better job of showing how individual team members interact when working to make their process a success.
The deployment flowchart also can show how processes, departments and other entities which are crucial for the system success interrelate and interact.
Other types of flowchart usually show the sequence of tasks and often do not even show who does the work. Sure, auditors may only show a passing interest in these flowcharts because of their relatively low value when fulfilling an audit objective within a limited timeframe.